Sergio MoraesThe Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) makes a trip to Poland for the first time in UFC history with UFC Fight Night 64, which will be live this Saturday from Krakow, Poland and headlined by a heavyweight rematch between the returning Mirko Cro Cop and the Brazilian Gabriel Gonzaga. The 12-fight card will stream entirely live on UFC Fight Pass, with the four-fight main card kicking off at 1pm ET and eight-fight preliminary action preceding it at 11:15am ET. If interested in wagering on these parlays, or any other plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. Here are a pair of two-way parlays for UFC Fight Night 64 in Krakow: Welterweight bout: Pawel Pawlak (+165) vs Sheldon Westcott (-190) Fight Prediction: I give a slight edge to Westcott on the feet here, but a massive edge to him on the mat, where I think he will take the fight and ultimately secure either a T/KO or submission finish. I like the TUF: Nations Finalist to pick up his first UFC win over Poland’s own Pawlak this Saturday in Krakow. I favor Westcott to get the finish inside the distance more so than on the judges’ scorecards, and I think there’s a good chance he finds it within the first round and a half. I see value in the Under 1.5 rounds here at +130, as well as Westcott at -190. I think this fight ends inside the distance more often than not, even if the result is Pawlak catching Westcott with something, which I think is his best chance at a victory; the other being a robbery when the fight hits the cards, which wouldn’t be the least bit of a surprise considering all the poor judging this year. It does indeed seem to be getting worse and worse, year by year. Gabe’s Call: Westcott by T/KO (strikes, 0:41 round 1) Welterweight bout: Mickael Lebout (+300) vs Sergio Moraes (-360) Fight Prediction: Moraes is undoubtedly the superior grappler in this contest and will be worlds better than Lebout when this fight hits the mat, which I expect it to do, especially considering Lebout’s below average takedown defense. Lebout may find success if he keeps this fight on the feet, but I don’t think he will be able to do that. Even following the extended injury layoff, I expect Moraes to look impressive in his return to the Octagon with another beautiful submission victory. Gabe’s Call: Moraes by Submission (rear naked choke, 1:31 round 1) Gabe’s Recommended Parlays: 1) Westcott (-190) and Moraes (-360) at -106 for 5u to win 4.75u, and 2) Pawlak/Westcott Under 1.5 rounds (+155) and Lebout/Moraes Under 1.5 rounds (+130) at +486 for 1.75u to win 8.51u